Eric Arias


 
 
 
 

Eric Arias, MD

Neurosurgeon located in Englewood, CO

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Eric Arias, MD, is a compassionate, relatable, and engaging neurosurgeon at CarePoint Neurosurgery and Spine in Englewood, Colorado. He is focused on returning patients to an active and fulfilling lifestyle. Working as a team along with his patients and loved ones, Dr. Arias navigates through all possible surgical and non-surgical options in a comprehensible manner to develop a thorough treatment plan.Read More

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Neuroradiology & Neuro-oncology

Traditionally, neurosurgeons provided open surgery for these lesions, while radiologists were able to present less invasive options by accessing arteries in the patient's groin or wrist. Dr. Arias trained as both a neurosurgeon and radiologist, so he can provide both options in a single visit, giving an unbiased and comprehensive perspective.

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Aneurysms, AVMs & Carotid Stenosis

Patients with lesions affecting the blood vessels of the brain and neck, such as aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), and carotid stenosis, greatly benefit from Dr. Arias' sub-specialized training.

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Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery

Dr. Arias remained at WashU for an endovascular surgical neuroradiology fellowship at the renowned Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology. He maintains a focus on cerebrovascular neurosurgery, with numerous research projects and publications in leading journals.

Meet Dr. Eric Arias

Eric Arias, MD, is a neurosurgeon located in Englewood, CO

 

 
 

Dr. Eric Arias tells us the treatment options available to get blood supplied tor the brain for patients affected by moyamoya disease.

Dr. Arias explains the three treatment options for AVM: gamma knife radiosurgery, embolization, or surgical resection.

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Patients with lesions affecting the blood vessels of the brain and neck, such as aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs), and carotid stenosis, greatly benefit from Dr. Arias' sub-specialized training. Traditionally, neurosurgeons provided open surgery for these lesions, while radiologists were able to present less invasive options by accessing arteries in the patient's groin or wrist. Dr. Arias trained as both a neurosurgeon and radiologist, so he can provide both options in a single visit, giving an unbiased and comprehensive perspective.

Dr. Arias received his Bachelor of Arts and Science from Washington University (WashU) in St. Louis and completed his Doctor of Medicine at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. He then returned to WashU for residency training in neurological surgery, which included a seven-month experience as registrar in neurological surgery at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, Ireland.

He remained at WashU for an endovascular surgical neuroradiology fellowship at the renowned Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology. He maintains a focus on cerebrovascular neurosurgery, with numerous research projects and publications in leading journals. In addition to his practice in Colorado, Dr. Arias also provides charitable neurosurgical care to children in the Dominican Republic. In his free time, he enjoys snowboarding, cycling, and hiking with his Bernese Mountain Dog.

 
 
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